Bringing up the topic of immigration in the last debate was not a good idea for Gov. Perry. I wonder where the liberals in California got all their bad ideas? Rick Perry was first to give in-state tuition to illegal immigrants. He approved taxpayer-funded state aid for illegal immigrants attending college. CareerPolitician.com welcomes Governor Perry to California with this new video.
Also, somehow we missed this short clip from Gov. Romney’s youtube channel simply replaying President Obama’s own words followed by a quick reminder to visit the ever-growing Obama Isn’t Working website.
President Obama doesn’t even realize his own words are defining his failures as a leader.
It was only last week that the Rasmussen poll had Jerry Brown ahead against Meg Whitman by 48% to 42%. This put California leaning towards Democrat in the election. However, Rasmussen released a poll today showing that the race is tightening and Meg is eating away at Jerry Brown’s lead. Brown leads by 49% with Meg Whitman moving up with 45%. The results are within the 4% margin of error which means that California is now a toss up state. It also means that Meg can, and will, win this election.
Despite the good news, it does not mean we can let up on our hard efforts in helping her campaign. There’s only four days left. That means we have to work even harder make sure she gets the votes she needs to become the next Governor of California. The important goal is to increase voter turnout in her favor.
I am repeating my request for you to dedicate an hour or more of your time every for the next three days to make calls for Meg Whitman. You can do it from the comfort of your own home regardless if you live in or out of California. You can also you can e-mail the people you know who live in California and encourage them to vote for Meg Whitman. If possible, please make a contribution to her campaign. And for those of you who are in California, please go to a Meg Whitman office near you and volunteer.
Finally, keep up the good work in helping your conservative candidate in your area!!
In California, Republican Meg Whitman is now in a competitive race against Democrat Jerry Brown. Polls show that Brown has a slight lead against Whitman. This is unacceptable.
When former Governor Brown left California’s gubernatorial office in 1983, the unemployment rate was 11%. There were about 1.3 million Californians out of work. Currently, California is 19 billion dollars in debt. The unemployment rate is 22%. Do Californians really want a Governor who repeatedly increased spending and taxes under his administration?
My fellow conservatives and Tea Partiers; California is our modern day Alamo. The familiar maxim, as “California goes, so does the nation” is true. If California elects Jerry Brown, he will continue the bad financial habits the state has been engaging in for years. And, other states will follow Jerry Brown’s bad example. Why? If financially irresponsible Brown is elected, the voters of one of American’s largest states will simply be sending a message to politicians that they don’t need to take our anger over excessive tax and out-of-control spending seriously. And, the rest of the nation will be called on to bail out California.
That is simply unacceptable.
For those of you who are concerned about America’s current financial crisis and want to put an end to reckless government taxation and spending, the best way to do that is to help Meg Whitman in the last days of the election. If we allow Jerry Brown to beat Meg Whitman, it doesn’t matter what other victories win on November 2nd. Why? California is simply a reflection of how federal government operates by imposing high taxes and reckless spending. As a result, California could drag American down financially if it continues on the path of financial irresponsibility. The consequences won’t be limited to California. It will certainly ripple across the country. As you can see, this election has consequences that will impact each one of us and determine the success or failure of America.
Given how important this California election is for the state and our nation, we must protect California, and by extension, America at all costs. Therefore, I am asking you to dedicate an hour or more of your time every day this week to make calls for Meg Whitman. You can do it from the comfort of your own home regardless if you live in or out of California. If you are in California, please go to a Meg Whitman office near you and volunteer. I also encourage you to please make a contribution to the Meg Whitman campaign.
It’s important to ask everyone you know who is concerned about the future of America to dedicate some time helping Meg Whitman win on November 2nd. Just as early American patriots enlisted their friends and neighbors in the fight for freedom, I humbly ask that you invite your friends to make a stand for California and America by dedicating your time to help Meg Whitman win.
If you wish to send a message to the leaders of both parties that America’s debt and out-of-control spending will not be tolerated any longer, then the only acceptable way to send that message is to declare that it won’t be tolerated in California, either.
California Gubernatorial Hopefuls, Meg Whitman & Jerry Brown
Mitt Romney’s friend and colleague, Meg Whitman, is ahead of Jerry Brown in the California Gubernatorial race to become the next Governor of California. A Rasmussen poll released today is showing that Meg Whitman now leads Jerry Brown by eight percentage points:
“The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in California finds Whitman earning 48% support, while Democrat Jerry Brown picks up 40% of the vote. Six percent (6%) prefer some other candidate in the race, and six percent (6%) are undecided.”
Her eight point lead is even more significant when you factor in those who are not yet committed to a candidate but are leaning one way or the other are more likely to vote for Meg Whitman:
“When leaners are included in the new totals, Whitman posts a 51% to 43% lead over Brown. Leaners are those who initially indicate no preference for either of the candidates but answer a follow-up question and say they are leaning towards a particular candidate.
Early in any campaign, the numbers without leaners are generally more significant. Later in a campaign, the numbers with leaners matter more. After Labor Day, Rasmussen Reports will report the numbers with leaners as the primary indicators of the campaign.”
Hopefully, Meg Whitman will keep her lead as November grows near and become the next Governor of California.